Archive for September, 2014

The mountains resounded to the sounds of repetitive brass instruments calling to one another across this dramatic landscape. In a piece that explores the transitions and cycles that take place across the year on a hill farm such as Hafod y Llan at the foot of Snowdon. For the past three years Louise Ann Wilson […]

More Than Honey


Originally posted on Lifeonthecutoff's Blog:
What better way to start or end one’s day than with a little dip into the honey pot, especially in September, which is National Honey Month? During the harvesting season, I seek out vendors at local farmers markets and farm stands for jars of this liquid gold. It is…

Originally posted on Adrian Masters:
Four photographs of Virginia Woolf by George Charles Beresford, 1902 If you’re remotely interested in Virginia Woolf, the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition is both utterly fascinating because of the historical artefacts and images on display and worth experiencing for the quality of the art. I saw it in the summer but it’s…

A while back I was asked to curate an exhibition for the cafe area at MOSTYN. Caffi Celf: Insight 2 Eleanor Brooks Antonia Dewhurst Morgan Griffith (Sonomano) Sara-Jane Harper Catrin Menai Simon Proffitt Alan Whitfield All of the artists are part of Helfa Gelf, the month long artists’ open studios event in North Wales, which […]